Fleur Brett | Sculptor profile
Fleur Brett Blue Torso The Muse Jean’s Girl # 2

Fleur Brett

  • Works online: 3 Total prizes: No prizes won.
  • Preferred media: copper, wire, fabric, fibre, data cable,
  • Sculpture styles: abstract, figurative,
  • Sculpture scales: small (0 - 100cm), large (200cm+),
  • Sculpture settings: indoor, outdoor, public,
  • Works to Comission: Yes
  • Runs Classes: Yes
Fleur Brett short bio

Brett is a Melbourne based artist whose practice incorporates textiles, large and small scale sculptural installation, assemblage, printmaking and mixed media work. She is interested in surface texture, the layering of imagery and the movement between two and three dimensions.

Current Ideas within her work include female identity with a reframing of normative labelling and stereotypes; surveillance and technology, homelessness and asylum, impermanence, death and loss. Fleur is interested in ‘the tribe’ whether it is a group of football fans, a shared cultural heritage or a gender grouping.

After completing honours in Sculpture at RMIT fourteen years ago her work has been exhibited widely around Australia including in the Deakin University  Contemporary Small Sculpture Prize, Nillumbik Prize for Contemporary Art, Georges River Art Prize,  Bay of Fires Art Prize, Yarra Valley Arts & Yering Sculpture Awards, Wangaratta Contemporary Textile Award, Wollongong Acquisitive Sculpture Award, The Heysen Prize for Landscape, Montalto Sculpture Prize, Sculpture at Scenic World, Lorne Sculpture Biennale, Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize, the Fisher's Ghost Art Awards and Victorian Craft Awards.


photograph by Matthew Stanton

Exhibitions History
McClelland Gallery McClelland Gallery
Prizes History
No prizes won.